Sept. 22, 2000
CLEMSON, S.C. — Melissa Turner scored two goals while teammate Danielle Petro had two assists in leading Furman to a 3-1 win over N.C. State in the Clemson University Women’s Soccer Invitational at Clemson, SC Friday afternoon.
Clemson will play UNC-Asheville later this evening in the second game. On Saturday, UNC-Asheville will play N.C. State at 4:30 p.m. and Clemson will play Furman at 7:00 p.m.
Furman took a 1-0 lead as Sarah Tollick scored at the 20:54 mark with an assist by Petro. Late in the second half, Furman scored two goals and N.C. State scored one goal in a span of 2:54. Turner scored at the 74:53 mark, while N.C. State’s Laura Scott scored from an assist from Shannon Tully at the 76:58 mark.
Turner scored the Paladin’s third goal with an assist by Emily Turgeon at the 77:47 point.
Furman remains perfect with a 10-0 record overall, and N.C. State is now 4-4-1.
FURMAN 3, N.C. STATE 1
Furman–Sarah Tollick (Danielle Petro) 20:54 Furman–Melissa Turner (Danielle Petro) 74:53 N.C. State–Laura Scott (Shannon Tully) 76:58 Furman–Melissa Turner (Emily Turgeon) 77:47
Shots: Furman 19, N.C. State 13 Corner Kicks: Furman 6, N.C. State 1 Saves: Barnes (F) 6, Skinner (NCS) 8 Fouls: Furman 12, N.C. State 10 Attendance: 250
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